Spring Work Wear

April 9, 2018

Spring Work Wear Edit I wit & whimsy

Happy Monday you guys! I hope you had a good one. Mine was great with the exception of waking up yesterday to being hit over the head with a cold. I’ve had a lingering cough for weeks and then all of a sudden yesterday it was majorly dialed up. Needless to say, I spent the evening drinking all of the fluids, taking Vitamin C and resting up in hopes that my (very busy) week won’t be derailed by whatever this little virus is.

Spring Work Wear Edit I wit & whimsy

Spring Work Wear Edit I wit & whimsy

Spring Work Wear Edit I wit & whimsy

Current health status aside, I’m excited to share some good finds when it comes to updating your work outfits for the new season! While I don’t dress up for an office most days, I still need pieces that I rely on for when I have client meetings and other obligations. Aren’t the pearl details on these pants such a fun update? I often get questions about suggestions for office wear that doesn’t feel too stuffy and can be worn outside of the 9-5 so I’ve rounded up some of the best picks I found when scouring some of my favorite .com shopping destinations. Hope you find some good inspo!

Spring Work Wear:


I particularly love this jacket (SO cute!), this dress (so versatile), this darling skirt, this great take on the classic, crisp shirt & these go-to flats.

Hope you have a wonderful start to your week!

Zara Sweater // Ann Taylor Pants (c/o) // Heels (my favorites!) // Bag

p.s. investment pieces I recommend and a jumpsuit I love wearing.

[Carter Fish Photography]

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  1. Kate Scott says:

    Ohh love this!

  2. Merritt Beck says:

    Loving this all black look! So classic and chic!!

    xx, Merritt
    The Style Scribe

  3. Claire says:

    Yayyy!! Love the tailoring and sweet pearl details. So THAT’S what I’m wearing to work tomorrow! Thanks Lady!!!

  4. Cynthia says:

    Obsessed with this look! I have to wear a white lab coat over all my work outfits. I love how monochromatic black or navy looks underneath.

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